A Road Trip in Madhya Pradesh For the Nature Enthusiasts

Road Trips Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh is one of the Indian states that offers a complete travel platter for the wanderers of all kinds. Plethora of wildlife treasure to a quintessential abundance of historic art and architecture, Madhya Pradesh has it all for you. Bhopal and Indore are the main cities as well as the perfect centres to embark on a long journey around the state. While Omkareshwar -Maheshwar – Mandu route is much feasible from Indore, a perfect road trip from Bhopal can include Bhimbetka- Bhedaghat- Bandhavgarh National Park – Kajuraho – Orchha – Chanderi – Gwalior. 

For a nature enthusiasts or for any gateway close to nature, taking a long weekend trip covering Bhimbetka – Bhedaghat – Bandhavgarh is a delight for a tired soul.  Read more

Bhedaghat: A Gorge that would make you Fall……..

Bhedaghat Dhuadhaar travel Madhya Pradesh

……..in Love with Madhya Pradesh… 😉

 

She roars like a lioness as she plunges down the rocks creating a smoggy riot named Dhuadhaar and tumbles down the rocky path creating the wavy music. Then, like a tired child, she falls into a deep slumber in a cradle of the silky marbles. Sunbirds sing lullaby to her as she quietly slithers through the rocks, leaving them sculpted with indefinite designs. Read more

The Palace of Datia ; An Architectural Gem of India

Datia Palace offbeat architecture Madhya Pradesh Orchha Gwalior

A bustling town of Datia, near Orchha, stands out as a mini-Vrindavan with more than a hundred of Krishna temples. It shines proudly as if it were the testimony of its king’s devotion to Lord Krishna. The little town is also mentioned in Mahabharat as Datiyavakra and also boasts of a few temples dating back to the era of Mahabharat. Read more

Off the Grid in Orchha, A Rejuvenating Experience in a Bundeli Village

Explore Offbeat Orchha hotels fagun Haveli

Warm cozy bed, soft light and mild soothing cold; a perfect setting to make me lazy enough not to move out my bed despite being aware of an interesting village outside, that might be wide awake busy with their daily chores. Gathering all my strength, when I opened the door of my room’s balcony, I was wished a lovely morning by the hazy fog spread over the garden. The smell of the wet mud and misty air were all the more refreshing. And the fresh dewdrops made the red roses in the garden look glittery. And to fulfil the need of the background music to this fanciful scenery, Indian Magpie, sunbirds and Indian Rollers chirped in the sweetest way and reminded me of the imaginary fairyland described in some childhood stories. Read more